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of Phoenix Street, Stonehouse, Plymouth.
1816 James Moir, iron-founder, Plymouth, bankrupt.
1822 Moir, James, Mill-bay brass & iron foundry, residence Union Street, N Taperell, The Plymouth, Plymouth Dock, Stonehouse, Morice-Town and Stoke
1823 Moir, James, ironfounder, Millbay, Stonehouse.
1830 Stonehouse. Moir, J, sen, Iron Founder, Phoenix Street. James Moir, Iron Founder, 98 Union Street.
1835 FOUNDRY, MILL-BAY, PLYMOUTH. J. MOIR, Iron and Brass Founder, Engineer, & Smith in General, Manufacturer of Proved Chain Cables, Anchor, Sheets, Ties, Pumps, Windlass Pauls and Plate, Cabouses, Hawsepipes, Cabin Stoves, &c. BEGS to inform Merchants, Ship Owners, and Masters of Vessels, that he has always a large quantity of CHAINS, ANCHORS, PUMPS, &c. of the best quality and workmanship on hand, and being a Wholesale Manufacturer, he is enabled to offer them at such prices as will be sure to give satisfaction. and Second-Hand Chains proved by Hydraulic power. A great number of COOKING APPARATUS of superior workmanship and material, to be Sold cheap. Branch Office, where Orders are Received, No. 6, Parade, Plymouth.
1848 Phoenix Foundry. Millbay, Stonehouse, Plymouth. Sale of stock by order of the executrix of the late James Moir, deceased...70 Tons No 1 Welsh and No 1 Scotch Pig Iron; 5 Tons of Flat Bar Iron; 5 Tons Round Bar Iron...(ship pumps, unfinished; mast windlass works; … cooking stoves .. iron bedsteads .. cottage grates ..)
1890 J. Moir, ironfounder, Phoenix Street.